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It still has the same weight. Even turned or reflected the weight/mass remains the same.

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It's when a figure is rotated, reflected , translated etc but the corresponding angles and side lengths stay the same.

It depends on what and where the original and reflected figures are.

Rotational symmetry.

When u rotated a figure 180 is the reflection the same

It will appear to be upside down and rotated a further 180 degrees it will then occupy its original space

You do a flip in geometrey when you do transformations. Flip is a transformation in which a plane figure is flipped or reflected across a line, creating a mirror image of the original figure.

Center of rotation

Point of rotation

Its area.

well if you rotated it upside down then it would be a face with a uni brow.

Rotation Symmetry La Simetria de Rotation Symetrie de Rotation

A figure can be rotated through any angle of your choice.

Symmetric

It is called a rotation.

The original figure and its image must be of the same size and the same orientation. That is, you should be able to get from the original to the image by moving the shape along the x-axis and the y-axis and nothing else. However, if the shape has rotational or reflective symmetry, there is no way that you can be sure that it has not been rotated or reflects (as appropriate).

It is the axis of reflection.

its a reflected shape because they are similar to each other but not the same size so they are reflected

The rectangle's rotational symmetry is of order 2. A square's rotational symmetry is of order 4; the triangle has a symmetry of order 3. Rotational symmetry is the number of times a figure can be rotated and still look the same as the original figure.

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The original figure is called the pre-image. After the transformation it becomes the image.

The least angle at which the figure may be rotated to coincide with itself is the angle of symmetry.

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u see it flipped

what 4 turns can put a figure in its original positions